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Nadine Jones

Nadine Jones

Senior Vice President of People & Culture

Nadine Jones serves as Senior Vice President of People and Culture for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), the destination marketing organization for Las Vegas and Southern Nevada that also owns and operates the Las Vegas Convention Center, one of the largest convention centers in the United States.

In her role, Ms. Jones is responsible for the strategic direction, management, and oversight of the LVCVA’s people and culture division, which includes, talent acquisition and development, culture, compensation, diversity and inclusion, performance management, and labor relations.

Ms. Jones brings an extensive Human Resources and Operations background to the LVCVA focused on building a culture of service, performance, and accountability through effective management. Prior to joining the LVCVA, Ms. Jones was the Chief Human Resources Officer at the Clark County School District. She has also held various roles in the hospitality and gaming industry, progressing in both operations and human resources functions at Marriott International and MGM Resorts International.

Originally from Toronto, Ontario, Ms. Jones holds a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Ryerson Polytechnic University and a Masters of Tourism Administration from George Washington University. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family.

The LVCVA is charged with marketing Southern Nevada as a tourism and convention destination worldwide and with operating the 4.6 million-square-foot Las Vegas Convention Center. With 150,000 hotel rooms and 14 million square feet of meeting and exhibit space in Las Vegas alone, the LVCVA's mission centers on attracting leisure and business visitors to the area. The LVCVA also owns the Las Vegas Convention Center Loop, an underground tunnel designed by The Boring Company and the Las Vegas Monorail, an elevated 3.9-mile system with seven stops throughout the resort corridor.